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Jon Armstrong is a card magician living in Los Angeles and is a frequent performer at the Magic Castle. He also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Academy of Magical Arts as its secretary.  He has been featured in trade publications like Magic, The Linking Ring, MUM and other magic journals worldwide.  
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Jon Armstrong is a card magician living in Los Angeles and is a frequent performer at the [[Magic Castle]]. He also serves on the Board of Trustees of the [[Academy of Magical Arts]] as its secretary.  He has been featured in trade publications like [[Magic]], The [[Linking Ring]], [[MUM]] and other magic journals worldwide.  
  
 
In December 2004 Jon appeared on the cover of Genii Magazine in an issue dedicated to his magic.  
 
In December 2004 Jon appeared on the cover of Genii Magazine in an issue dedicated to his magic.  
  
In April 2007, after being nominated for the last two years, Jon Armstrong was named Close up Magician of the Year by The Academy of Magical Arts. He has been nominated four times total as of 2009.[[Category:Biographies]] {{DEFAULTSORT:Armstrong,Jon}}
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In April 2007, after being nominated for the last two years, Jon Armstrong was named Close up Magician of the Year by The Academy of Magical Arts. He has been nominated four times total as of 2009.
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Revision as of 20:21, 9 March 2009

Jon Armstrong is a card magician living in Los Angeles and is a frequent performer at the Magic Castle. He also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Academy of Magical Arts as its secretary. He has been featured in trade publications like Magic, The Linking Ring, MUM and other magic journals worldwide.

In December 2004 Jon appeared on the cover of Genii Magazine in an issue dedicated to his magic.

In April 2007, after being nominated for the last two years, Jon Armstrong was named Close up Magician of the Year by The Academy of Magical Arts. He has been nominated four times total as of 2009.